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Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón (Avellaneda,

Racing Club 2-0 Club Atletico Colon

Argentina • Primera Division - Torneo Final • 4 videos

Racing Club beat Club Atletico Colon 3-0 in a Primera Division - Torneo Final match at the Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón in Avellaneda.

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38 mins — Racing Club vs Club Atletico Colon 1-0 — Viola goal vs Club Atletico Colon
45 mins — Racing Club vs Club Atletico Colon 2-0 — Gabriel Hauche goal vs Club Atletico Colon
90 mins — Racing Club vs Club Atletico Colon 3-0 — Vietto goal vs Club Atletico Colon
Match Stats

Racing Club Starting Lineup

1 - S. Saja
6 - M. Cahais
19 - F. Ortiz
35 - E. Saveljich
40 - J. Gómez
37 - G. Campi
8 - D. Villar
7 - B. Zuculini
10 - R. de Paul
27 - Gabriel Hauche
20 - V. Viola

Club Atletico Colon Starting XI

1 - G. Montoya
13 - L. Landa
11 - J. Mansilla
3 - G. Alcoba
25 - M. Bíttolo
4 - L. Castillo
5 - E. Videla
28 - M. Sosa
15 - G. Graciani
8 - M. Meli
27 - L. Alario

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